Back to the future for the Finn?

The Finn class has announced details of its plans to try to ‘rebalance the slate’ of Olympic sailing events at the World Sailing November Conference in Bermuda

World Sailing shrugs off Finn Class complaints

World Sailing President, Kim Andersen shrugs off the open letter from the sailors at the Finn World Masters, blaming Olympic quantity restrictions and requirements. Mr Andersen also stresses that it was not him, but the decisions of the World Sailing…

Perfect score for Vladimir Krutskikh at Finn World Masters

Double Finn World Masters Champion, Vladimir Krutskikh, from Russia, has yet to put a foot wrong at the 2019 Finn World Masters in Skovshoved, Denmark

Third European Title for Giles Scott

Giles Scott added a third Finn European Championship title to his trophy cabinet and looks set to gain selection for Tokyo 2020

Finn Europeans – Scott goes for Gold

Racing was abandoned on the penultimate day of the Finn Europeans in Athens late on Friday, with no more races sailed due to very light wind all day

Finn Europeans – Scott extends lead on Day 4

After losing the overall lead following the opening race on day 4, Giles Scott ended the day with a 15-point lead over Hungarian world champion Zsombor Berecz

Finn Europeans – Day 3 in Athens

After five races so far at Finn Europeans in Athens, Giles Scott still leads overall from Andy Maloney and Alican Kaynar

Scott leads from Day 1 at Finn Europeans

Giles Scott, continued his comeback in the Finn class by taking the lead after the first day of racing at the 2019 Finn Open Europeans

Epic Finn Europeans set for original Olympic city

Epic Finn Europeans set for original Olympic city – Around 90 Finn sailors are about to begin battle at the 2019 Open European Championship in Athens

Finn Europeans and Tokyo 2020 Qualifier start 13 May

The Finn Europeans and Tokyo 2020 Qualifier start 13 May, with four places for the 2020 Olympic sailing competition up for grabs and Team GB selection